Comparison of experimental and numerical models of longasf railway foundation

Małgorzata Urbanek,

Aleksandra Pawlak-Burakowska

Abstrakt

This paper outlines the innovative concept of unconventional railway track on longitudinal sleepers and asphalt track bed. The authors presented a method for LONGASF numerical modeling. This paper describes the creation of the numerical model at the macro scale according to the behavior and interaction of analyzed laboratory sample in a micro scale.

Słowa kluczowe: numerical modeling of railway track, LONGASF, unconventional railway track, model rescaling
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